- 10 abmat sit-ups
- 10 hip extensions
- 10 air squats
The workout was prescribed as a ladder:
- hang power cleans (135/95)
On other news, my wife has been thinking of getting into some lifting and so I have been considering switching back to working out at home. I figure we can buy an old used set of weights and a couple bars for maybe $100-$200. I could make some medicine balls out of old basketballs. I might need to get a couple kettlebells and a bench. But I could probably do most of the workouts at home maybe with a bit of modification. I also would be able to more easily work in some traditional strength training which is something I have been thinking of doing lately. I would have to give up the working out with those at the gym which does push me some but if I do the workout the day after they do I can see their times and still have something to shoot for. It would save a crapload of money that is for sure and I could workout at different times of the day. At the current gym the 6:00 am is about the only one I can do. It is a bit easier to sit your ass on the couch and skip a day when there is no one to keep account too which could be an issue but I could always go back. Still thinking about it, we will see.